LYST 218 - Reading and Writing With Children: Pedagogical Practices
Semester Hours: 3
This course addresses language learning and pedagogy in early and childhood years with a focus on teaching strategies and learning experiences that support ALL learners, including English language learners and exceptional learners. The course addresses conditions that support language and literacy development; connections among oral and written language, literature, arts and technology; reading and writing processes and strategies; reading and writing workshop; professional and state literacy policies and guidelines, culturally responsive pedagogical frameworks immersing children in reading, writing and critical thinking across the curriculum; and classroom literacy support for struggling readers and writers. A five-hour field experience is required.
(Formerly Reading and Writing Practices in Early Childhood and Childhood)
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